Breakfast sandwiches are best when the ingredient list is kept simple. As much as we like pancake-bun McGriddles and waffle-wiches, some mornings call for a traditional combination of breakfast flavours. Keeping things deliciously simple is Jasleen's Deli in Brooklyn NY, who have created a Bacon Egg and Cheese Croissant that looks to be the ultimate breakfast sandwich.
Without any added frills or fancy "artisanal" ingredients, Jasleen's breakfast sammie doesn't try to be anything else other than pure breakfast bliss. The trinity of bacon, egg, and cheese are joined in utter harmony, housed within a flaky and sweet croissant bun that lightens up the sandwich without taking away any flavour.
And will you look at those gooey cheese trails extending from one side of the sandwich to the other...amazing. Thank the gods of breakfast for this reddit thread who pointed this sandwich in our direction.
Being super old school, Jasleen's doesn't have a Facebook page or Instagram feed to show you more tasty pics of their breakfast sandwich. Make do with what we've compiled here, and be thankful there aren't too many, because any more tantalizing images may prompt you to take a trip to New York this weekend
Next time you're strolling through Old Montreal looking for somewhere to eat, I suggest you check out one of the city's newest and coolest spots. Franklin's Subs and Suds, which is located on rue Saint-Paul, is the place to go where you're searching for a tasty meal. Or some sick new social media content.
Not only is the food incredible but the eatery itself exudes a certain style that you just don't see every day — one that reminds me of Brooklyn a few decades ago.
Saturday marked the opening of Montreal’s newest green space, Parc Frédéric-Back, which the City of Montreal hopes to transform into an outdoor attraction comparable to New York City’s Central Park.
Formerly the Miron Quarry garbage dump, Parc Frédéric-Back is a huge expanse of 153 hectares, which, in the near future, will continued to be transformed into “something like Central Park,” said a representative of environmental NGO Équiterre, speaking to CTV.
More is to be added to the green space, with the development of Parc Frédéric-Back to be completed by 2023.
Picnic areas, more public artwork, and a 360-degree observation deck, which will let you see the entire city, are all promised features of Montreal’s very own “Central Park.”
But as exciting as a giant, new park is, doesn’t Montreal already have a Central Park?
It’s Mount Royal.
In fact, the iconic mountainous park of Montreal was actually designed by the same person who created New York City’s Central Park, Frederick Law Olmsted.
Olmsted was commissioned to create the plans for Mount Royal in 1874, aiming to “highlight the poetic charms of natural scenery” in his design, notes Les amis de la montagne.
Inaugurated on May 24, 1876, Mount Royal has been the “Central Park” Montreal has needed, ever since.
So while we’re not going to complain about Parc Frédéric-Back, and what the city hopes the park will become, we’re just not going to forget about what Mount Royal already offers Montrealers in need of some green space.
Everyone? Good! That's exactly what I thought. And if you love coffee, then you know that some days, you wanna jazz up your latte. Some days, you want your coffee to be full of rainbows and glitter and little star confetti.
But some days... not so much. Sometimes, what you need in your life is a cup of coffee exactly as black as your soul: AKA, the charcoal latte.
Other than looking cool AF, it's apparently got a lot of health benefits, since charcoal is allegedly super key for detoxing the body. (Just be careful consuming it if you're taking pills or have health issues).
If you want to try the charcoal latte, you're going to have to get yourself to New York City. The closest spot to Montreal that sells them is an NYC-based shop called The Good Sort.